The School of Transnational Governance, under the academic supervision of Costanza Hermanin and Ruth Rubio Marín, is delivering a specialised training programme for Commission staff on the integration of the gender dimension in the EU Budget. Under this initiative, which will kick off in October 2022 and will run for four years, up to 11 rounds of training will be delivered. This activity is taking place within the framework of an EU-funded project managed by DG BUDGET.
By providing theoretical and methodological elements, examples, and practical guidance to implement gender-responsive budgeting, the training will enable the understanding and practical implementation of gender equality principles amongst European Commission staff. In fact, from analysis to planning, the training aims at giving participants a set of tools and case studies relevant to the European Union policy-making process, especially in the context of the new requirements set out in the EU Gender Equality Strategy 2020-2025, the Next Generation EU package, and the Inter-institutional agreement on the Multiannual Financial Framework.
Each training will take place in Brussels. It will target a maximum of 25 participants from Commission units which are either working on gender mainstreaming and budgeting, or involved in flagging and/or evaluating actions for gender equality relevance.
More information for EU Commission staff available through the EU LEARN platform.
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Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies
Ruth Rubio Marin
Florence School of Transnational Governance
Independent researcher, trainer and consultant
Independent researcher, consultant and university lecturer